Discover, read and discuss with Schaumburg Library book discussions

After a quick summer hiatus, Schaumburg Township District Library book discussions are back this fall. The library offers discussions for all ages and interests to help you find your next favorite book.

Thrillers, true crime, literary fiction, social justice, historical nonfiction - Schaumburg Library's book discussions cover it all. This fall, join others from the community to discuss great books with the library. In more than 20 different discussions, you can read and discuss titles such as "Wish You Were Here" by Jodi Picoult, "Velvet is the Night" by Silvia Moreno-Garcia, "The Case of the Murderous Dr. Cream" by Dean Jobb and "The Midnight Library" by Matt Haig.

Schaumburg Library also offers book discussions for kids and teens! Help the young readers in your life find a love of reading as they enjoy wonderfully diverse, age-appropriate titles, and complete activities based on the themes of the books they read.

Visit or call (847) 985-4000 to register or to learn more about upcoming book discussions.

Schaumburg Township District Library sparks curiosity and enriches its community by connecting services, resources and people.

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